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    And speaking of cache events, how about this for a venue?

    Sheesh! They're even going to have chicken dancing!

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    Default Upcoming new release for all beer lovers

    Thought this might interest a few of you beer lovers. Willie Nelson has a spot in it.

    http://beerfestmovie.warnerbros.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty & Co.
    Thought this might interest a few of you beer lovers. Willie Nelson has a spot in it.

    http://beerfestmovie.warnerbros.com/
    hehe, already one step ahead of ya! I saw a preview for this on the net about 3 months ago... stef just rolled her eyes, but i cant wait for it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty & Co.
    Thought this might interest a few of you beer lovers. Willie Nelson has a spot in it.

    http://beerfestmovie.warnerbros.com/
    Sheesh! That must have been made by a bunch of tea-totalers! Imagine trying to make a comedy out of a subject as SERIOUS as beer drinking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
    Sheesh! That must have been made by a bunch of tea-totalers! Imagine trying to make a comedy out of a subject as SERIOUS as beer drinking!
    Bruce, there is a time and place for everything, just like any time any place is good for beer, there are times where comedy is allowed to become involved.
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    I think I'm about to bottle my first succesful batch of homebrew!! (the first batch was a dark ale... ever put alka seltzer in guinness?)

    But this batch is an imperial pale ale, so far it's looking good! I just put it inot thebotlling bucket and I'm gunna let it settle for a few hours before I bottle it. Right now I'm currently testing the bottom of the barrel beer. It was enough to fill about a pitcher... wich is about half empty right now... hey, its 6 oclcok somewhere...

    but anywho... as I was in the beer type mood, I was browsing for beer info and stumbled across this... http://www.mainebrew.com/ Cache event!!!!
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    first batch eh, congratulations on your homebrew efforts,I've been doing it for about 10 years now and really look forward to brewing (and sampling)I have 4 5 gallon kegs filled and all ready for spring consumption. I brew in the winter and drink them in the spring/summer(they usually don't make it till summer though.
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    check out this link for beer recipes http://brewery.org/brewery/cm3/CatsMeow3.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rydnfree View Post
    first batch eh, congratulations on your homebrew efforts,I've been doing it for about 10 years now and really look forward to brewing (and sampling)I have 4 5 gallon kegs filled and all ready for spring consumption.
    I've been home-brewing off and on for 20 years, or so. And since I got the Kegerator, I'm interested in getting some 5 gallon Coke/Pepsi pencil kegs for home-brew draft, but I haven't decided to make the investment yet.

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    And I forgot to mention it in the last message, but NorthernBrewer.com is probably the best place for supplies.

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